I've been running with the transfer case cable zip tied to the shifter arm since the bushing decided to give out on me in the fall, and finally decided to put the replacement bushing on yesterday morning. No problem, get under there and snip the zip ties off, remove the remnants of the old bushing, and coat everything involved with white lithium grease to simplify the process. Easy, right? Except now, the bushing refuses to go in the cable eyelet. I grab some channel locks to help convince it, because now it's about 35 degrees and raining, I'm working in the driveway because the garage is too full of other projects, and I want this done in a hurry. One ham fisted squeeze of the locks and there's an unsatisfying release of them feeling like they're holding on to anything. Stupid me has managed to snap the entire eye off the cable. Crap. After looking around as far as I can tell my only option is to order an entire shifter handle and cable assembly. Is there no option for just replacing the cable end or cable? The job doesn't look too hard more of just a PITA, my biggest concern is actually how to get the orange clip out that holds the cable under the Jeep without breaking it. Any advice on that?